Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with euphrasy:

3 syllables:
chief deity,
chief money,
can receive,
chief received,
blood money,
but money,
can fully,
douglas mckie,
dumb bunny,
duncan i,
dutch money,
fuck buddy,
fun money,
get lucky,
get money,
glove money,
has fully,
hush money,
hush puppy,
judge duffy,
judge mcghee,
lon chaney,
much money,
mud puppy,
put money,
rural money,
sprung fully,
struck lucky,
such money,
was fully,
was funny,
was lucky,
was money,
when fully,
when money,
young puppy,
bas relief,
buttressed by,
can repeat,
chief duties,
chief mufti,
chief supply,
comb honey,
flood relief,
get busy,
has relied,
judge relied,
justice by,
rural relief,
russia by,
some money,
some relief,
stress relief,
stress relieve,
stuffed bunny,
stuffed dummy,
such relief,
then repeat,
vedra beach,
was busy,
blood received,
blood receives,
but received,
buttress these,
chief appeal,
douglas received,
dutch received,
famous by,
famous scene,
famous siege,
fibrous sheath,
fibrous sheet,
floods recede,
has received,
jesus by,
judge received,
judge receives,
lungs receive

4 syllables:
added drily,
become rusty,
added money,
alice tully,
asset money,
become fully,
office fully,
office money,
uncle buddy,
unless fully,
unless money,
urban money,
become muddy,
become privy,
extra money,
unless relief,
advice received,
alice received,
asset received,
beautiful pussy,
extra fatigue,
fully receive

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